Zero-Packaging Grocery Store

A bulk-bin-only grocery store is set to open in Austin, Texas.


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Going greener at the grocery store is about to be easier, especially for residents of Austin, Texas, where In.gredients, an eco-friendly grocery, is set to open this fall. In addition to featuring organic and locally produced items, In.gredients will have only bulk bins—no packaged items will be sold. Co-founder Christian Lane stated in a press release, “Our goal is to reduce waste and promote health by ditching packaged and overly processed food altogether—revolutionizing grocery shopping as we know it.” One area in which In.gredients could already improve its sustainability is in the choice to sell meat and dairy, which are both slated to be sold.

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